MHealthy has opened the application for Fall 2018 Internships. Applications will be accepted until August 10. MHealthy offers internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students in the areas of employee wellness, community health promotion, fitness center management, personal training, health education, nutrition, tobacco cessation, and marketing. In order to be considered for an MHealthy internship,… Read More »
About the Event For those of you who don’t know, the 2017 Making KIN-nections career exploration event is just around the corner. Network with and learn from industry representatives and alumni, KIN researchers and graduate students, as well as student organization leaders about ways you can get involved on- and off-campus. Explore opportunities to job… Read More »
Explore KIN research! Learn about a collaborative sports medicine research lab in the Department of Kinesiology called the Sports Injury Research Laboratory (SIRL). Stop by on Monday, September 18, between 3-5 PM to see what they’re working on and learn more about ways you might be able to get involved. SIRL is located in IM Circle, Room 1.… Read More »
Internships & Other Opportunities for KIN Students For even more opportunities, be sure to check out MSU Handshake and search by keywords that match your career interests. Pre-PT/Pre-OT Internship, Mary Free Bed at Sparrow For more information click here. Shape Family Wellness Program – Intern, Shape Corporation For more information, click here. Sports Intern, Greater… Read More »
What is Health Informatics? Many KIN students want to work in healthcare, but it’s unlikely that all graduates will become physicians, nurses, or therapists. Health Informatics is a professional field that harnesses the power of information to enhance health and transform individual health and the healthcare industry. This job involves the acquiring, storing, retrieving, and using of healthcare… Read More »
The Making KIN-nections event is this Friday! It’s the premier career opportunity and networking event for undergraduate kinesiology students brought to you by the Department of Kinesiology. This event is appropriate for those who are just getting started in the major, those ready for internship, and those who are preparing for life after MSU. All are welcome!